APNU to discuss no-confidence motion against gov’t

Opposition Leader, David Granger says that the issue of a no-confidence motion against the Ramotar government will be discussed at the next shadow cabinet meeting of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) to be held on Tuesday.

Granger told Stabroek News on Wednesday that there has been no discussion between APNU and the Alliance for Change, both of which would have to agree on a no-confidence motion for it to succeed. A no-confidence vote passed by the one-seat opposition majority would bring down the government as new elections would have to be held.

Granger said that APNU’s current focus was on the “unconstitutional” spending by the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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